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Will NC remain an abortion ‘safe haven’ after next session?

Republicans have secured a supermajority in the North Carolina Senate and a "functional supermajority" in the state House — since they are only one vote shy and there will be at least a couple of Democrats willing to break with the party on most issues. So, a crucial question being asked is: what are Republican plans regarding abortion law in the 2023-2024 session?

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Black GOP state House candidate files cease-and-desist over fake mugshot ad

The Republican candidate running for the NC House District 73 seat in Cabarrus County has filed two cease and desist letters against his Democratic opponent and her campaign, accusing her of running false ads against him. 

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The pandemic leads to growth in Catholic school enrollment

According to the National Catholic Educational Association, enrollment in Catholic schools has rebounded during the 2021-2022 school year, reaching record levels in some dioceses. Enrollment increased from 1.63 million to 1.69 million, a 3.5% jump.

Theresa Opeka, David N. Bass